Frankly, you're the one jumping to conclusions here based on completely anecdotal evidence. Your "proof" is: "it happened in program X, therefore it's not my trackpad's fault" ... the logical flaw is obvious.

On the other hand, you feel it okay to ignore an authoritative claim from the actual developer of mIRC stating that mIRC has nothing to do with handling those messages. I'm not quite sure how "mIRC is letting Windows do what it was designed to" makes it a bug....

At what point in this thread did your claims become more than a wild deluded opinion?

- argv[0] on EFnet #mIRC
- "Life is a pointer to an integer without a cast"